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Burpee's rose plants have a fresh fragrance and grow hardy, tough and healthy, available at burpee.com.

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  • Rose, Olivia Rose Austin Mother's Day Gift, , large

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    Do it for Mom!

    $39.99
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  • Rose, Graham Thomas, , large

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    One of the best and most widely grown roses.

    $33.95
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  • Rose, Abraham Darby, , large

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    Repeat bloomer with dazzling color and fragrance.

    $33.95
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  • Rose, Charlotte, , large

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    Lovely tea fragrance with exquisite flowers of a soft yellow color.

    $34.95
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    Rose, Red Drift, , large

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    ‘Red Drift’ offers disease resistance, cold hardiness, and low maintenance for season long enjoyment.

    $18.95
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    Rose, The Blushing Knock Out, , large

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    Delicate tones in your garden while bringing forth hardiness and dependability.

    $18.95
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    Rose, Pink Drift, , large

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    Deep pink blooms give way to faded centers all through the season adding amazing beauty to the garden.

    $18.95
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  • Rose, Harlow Carr ®, , large

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    All-around favorite that performs well even in hotter areas.

    $32.95
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  • English Rose, Lichfield Angel  , , large

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    Large creamy-white flowers with light fragrance.

    $29.95
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  • Rose, Tranquility , , large

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    Pure white, beautifully rounded, blooms with light apple fragrance.

    $34.95
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  • Rose, Munstead Wood, , large

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    Very deep velvety crimson blooms, with strong classic Rose scent.

    $34.95
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  • English Rose, Queen of Sweden , , large

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    Soft pink flowers with hint of apricot.

    $29.95
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    Rose, White Drift, , large

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    ‘White Drift’ Rose is elegance at its finest.

    $18.95
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  • Rose, Oso Easy Double Red PPAF®, , large

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    Easy-growing plants require no spraying, pruning or maintenance.

    $19.95
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    Rose, Sweet Drift, , large

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    Blooms through the whole season and exhibits remarkable disease resistance making this a perfect and sweet choice.

    $18.95
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    English Rose, James Galway, , large

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    Delicious Old Rose fragrance.

    $29.95
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  • Rose, Carding Mill , , large

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    Strong stems with strong myrrh fragrance.

    $34.95
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    Rose, Poet's Wife, , large

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    Ultra-rich lemony fragrance that grows sweeter and stronger as flowers mature.

    $34.95
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  • Rose, Livin' La Vida® PPAF, , large

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    Continuously blooming flowers that range in hue from bright coral to flamingo.

    $19.95
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    Rose, Coral Drift, , large

    Short Description

    With extreme winter hardiness to zone 4 and disease resistance, ‘Coral Drift’ will undoubtedly perform like a superstar.

    $18.95
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    Rose, Apricot Drift, , large

    Short Description

    These apricot beauties may look delicate, but they are very tough with extreme disease resistance.

    $18.95
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    Rose, The Knock Out, , large

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    Disease resistant, low maintenance and gorgeous, abundant, cherry red/hot pink blooms.

    $18.95
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    Rose, The Pink Knock Out, , large

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    Everything the original ‘Knock Out’ has the only difference being bright pink, single blooms.

    $18.95
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  • Rose, The Sunny Knock Out , , large

    Short Description

    Yellow roses are a beautiful addition to gardens, especially ‘The Sunny Knock Out’.

    $18.95
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